myPrenatal Genome Screen Karyo (Trisomies 21, 18 and 13 + aneuploidies X, Y + macrodeletions + duplications + aneuploidy analysis of all remaining chromosome pairs + sex)
Genetic screening for fetal Down, Edwards, Patau syndromes. Analysis of all chromosomes: evaluation of whether the fetus may have the number of chromosomes or subchromosomal abnormalities of all 22 autosomes (i.e., the set of chromosomes #1 to #22) (in the case of a twin pregnancy, it can be determined whether at least one of the fetuses has a defined aneuploidy). Determination of X and Y chromosome aneuploidy: XXY, XYY, XXX and X monosomy. Determination of macrodeletions in all autosomes (these are partial duplications or deletions larger than 7 Mb). These are partial chromosomal aneuploidies, when large fragments of DNA are missing (or doubled) in the chromosomes - the clinical consequences are associated with a wide range of changes, including cognitive or developmental delay. Determining the gender of the fetus (in the case of a twin pregnancy, it can be determined whether at least one of the fetuses has a Y chromosome, i.e. is male).
It is performed from the 10th week of pregnancy, from the 12th week of pregnancy in the case of twin pregnancies.
The study is conducted in Spain. The results are sent by e-mail, in Lithuanian, on average within 3-5 working days after receiving the sample in the laboratory.